To ensure the white-washed interior of their kitchen didn’t feel overly sterile the homeowners chose wooden countertops. It not only brings in a natural element, but the golden tones of the wood help warm up the space.
In this bedroom, designers went with a neutral color palette that would anchor the space and reflect the natural light that comes into the space from the room's large windows. A beige colored wallpaper accent wall creates a focal point in the space, while the tan headboard and the sandy wood nightstand add even more warmth to the room's design.
Layering red and white throughout the guest bedroom brings a vibrant and classic style to this bright and airy space. Traditional accents including the metalwork on the pendant lamp and stylish silver bedside lamps bring classic sensibility to this vibrant room.
The prefinished engineered hardwood floor in the entry and main floor of the home in "greige" (a color between beige and gray) adds warmth to the space. The medium tone floor offers a nice compromise to a super light or dark look.
In the bedroom, the black and white palette of the living room is flipped on its head with moody black walls. The color is Wrought Iron, from the AphroChic Brooklyn In Color paint collection. Bright pops of color from a decorative gallery wall of baskets and an antique Persian rug break up the dark colors in the room.
Plants are an easy, inexpensive and glamorous way to add warmth and style to your home. They add a touch of green and brightness on dark winter days. Select a cozy woven basket to add even more allure to your indoor plant. Baskets like this one are also a great way to hide an inexpensive, plastic container.
Neutrals are a popular choice for fall decorating, especially oatmeal tones that blend perfectly with oranges, deep greens and browns. Bring warm texture and rich neutrals to your fall spread with table runners or tablecloths made from thick Belgian linen.
Designers had a warm, eclectic feel in mind when shopping for items to go in the home's living room. They started with white walls, then they mixed modern and traditional furniture and patterns, then they added details, such as pillows and artwork, to give the space plenty of color.
In the living room, designers wanted to create a timeless, intimate space for the homeowners, so they started with a patterned rug and chose pieces of furniture that had some of the same colors. Then, they implemented a mix of materials such as glass, wood, metal and textiles to make the space eclectic, yet soft and warm, creating a grand room that is still very homey, welcoming and comfortable.